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Lesson Worksheet: Converting Capacity: Metric Units Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice how to convert cubic meters, cubic decimeters, cubic centimeters, liters and milliliters, and solve word problems.

Q1:

Write 1.6 dm3 in cubic centimeters.

Q2:

Write 5,625.cm in cubic decimetres.

Q3:

Express 87 m3 in millilitres.

Q4:

Order 1,800 cm3, 6.8 dm3, 1.3 dm3, and 1,100 cm3 from least to greatest.

  • A1.3 dm3, 6.8 dm3, 1,800 cm3, 1,100 cm3
  • B1,800 cm3, 1.3 dm3, 6.8 dm3, 1,100 cm3
  • C6.8 dm3, 1,800 cm3, 1.3 dm3, 1,100 cm3
  • D1,100 cm3, 1.3 dm3, 1,800 cm3, 6.8 dm3

Q5:

Order 1,600 cm3, 7.3 dm3, 1.2 dm3, and 8,900 cm3 from greatest to least.

  • A8,900 cm3, 7.3 dm3, 1,600 cm3, 1.2 dm3
  • B1.2 dm3, 1,600 cm3, 7.3 dm3, 8,900 cm3
  • C1.2 dm3, 1,600 cm3, 8,900 cm3, 7.3 dm3
  • D7.3 dm3, 1.2 dm3, 8,900 cm3, 1,600 cm3

Q6:

Write the answer in cubic centimetre: 4.3+5,950dmcm.

Q7:

1=mcm

Q8:

Order 20 L, 26,000 mL, and 2,000 cm3 from least to greatest.

  • A26,000 mL, 2,000 cm3, 20 L
  • B26,000 mL, 20 L, 2,000 cm3
  • C20 L, 2,000 cm3, 26,000 mL
  • D2,000 cm3, 20 L, 26,000 mL

Q9:

Fill in the blank:1=cmmm.

Q10:

Convert to cubic millimeters: 0.264 cm3.

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